The Convocation of the Faculty of Theology and Continuing Education Division of the University of St. Michael’s College will be held on Saturday, November 6, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at the St. Basil’s Church.
Dr. Elizabeth Ann Johnson, C.S.J.
Reverend Dr. Ian Ker
Dr. Paul Jonathan Fedwick
At our ceremony, one student will receive the Governor General’s Gold Medal.
Thirty-seven students will receive University of St. Michael’s College Graduate Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates:
Doctor of Philosophy in Theology (PhD)
Master of Arts in Theology (MA)
Master of Arts in Catholic Leadership (MACL)
Diploma in Theological Studies (DipTS)
Diploma in Eastern Christian Studies (DipECS)
Certificate of Specialization in Theology and Ecology
Twenty-Five students will receive University of Toronto and University of St. Michael’s College Conjoint Degrees:
Doctor of Ministry (DMin)
Master of Theology (ThM)
Master of Divinity (MDiv)
Master of Religious Education (MRE)
Master of Theological Studies (MTS)
Thirty students will receive specialized certificates granted by the Continuing Education Division of University of St. Michael’s College:
Certificate in Corporate Social Responsibility
Basic Certificate in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd
Canadian Certificate in Youth Ministry Studies
Certificate in Ontario Catholic School Chaplaincy Studies
The Faculty of Theology is proud to present its 2010 Convocation Lecture given by Fr. Ian Ker on the topic of “Newman’s Idea of a University Some Misunderstandings” on 5 November 2010, Friday, 7:00 p.m. at Fr. Madden Hall (100 St. Joseph Street).
Fr Ker is a Senior Research Fellow in Theology at St. Benet’s Hall, Oxford and a member of the university theological faculty. He has written extensively on Cardinal Newman, including the standard 1988 biography: John Henry Newman: A Biography. Fr. Ker is a priest of the Archdiocese of Birmingham. He will be honoured by the University of St. Michael’s College when the degree of Doctor of Sacred Letters will be conferred upon him at its 2010 Convocation on Saturday 6 November 2010.